Alrighty, as many of you may have read in the Sick Fish Forum, I have found isopods on my fish.
After reading a lot up on Interceptor 90% or more post with no pod deaths, well at least that they could tell. In fact most crabs, shrimps, etc.. survived the Interceptor treatment.
After visiting 3 LFS
in my area, 1 of which I do all my shopping at and trust a lot, I was told at each location that GreeneX would take care of my problem. I was also told that it would not be a problem in a reef tank.
After reading up some on the internet I have read that it "can" be a problem. Lots of people used it on reefs and corals did fine. Others say it will kill corals but have not used it.
So I guess what I am looking for is any firsthand knowledge about the product, and if possible using it in relation to isopods.
I do know that it very well may stain my silicone green, which I am deciding may or may not be okay.
Now the corals I have are: 1 small Xenia, Star Polyps, Slipper Tongue, and fire/ice zoanthids.
So as always your esteemed opinions are wanted and respected.
Just trying one last way out before going fishless for 8 months.